(iii) Attitudes towards homosexuality

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Keleher, Alison, and Eric Smith. (2012). Growing Support for Gay and Lesbian Equality Since 1990. Journal of Homosexuality 59: 1307-1326.

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Kozloski, Michael. (2011). Homosexual Moral Acceptance and Social Tolerance: Are the Effects of Education Changing? Journal of Homosexuality, 57: 1370-1383.

Loftus, Jeni. 2001. America’s Liberalization in Attitudes Toward Homosexuality, 1973 to 1998. American Sociological Review 66: 762-82.

Stotzer, R. (2009). Straight Allies: Supportive Attitudes Toward Lesbians, Gay Men, and Bisexuals in a College Sample. Sex Roles, 60(1): 67-80.

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Roper, E. and E. Halloran (2007). Attitudes Toward Gay Men and Lesbians Among Heterosexual Male and Female Student-Athletes. Sex Roles, 57(11): 919-928.

Bush, A., Anderson, E., & Carr. S. (2012). The declining existence of men’s homophobia in British sport. Journal of the Study of Sports and Athletes in Education, 6 (1), 107-120.

Parrott, D. and K. Gallagher (2008). What Accounts for Heterosexual Women’s Negative Emotional Responses to Lesbians?: Examination of Traditional Gender Role Beliefs and Sexual Prejudice. Sex Roles, 59(3): 229-239.

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Herek, Gregory M. (2002). Gender gaps in public opinion about lesbians and gay men. Public Opinion Quarterly, 66(1): 40-66.

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Jayakumar, U. M. (2009). The Invisible Rainbow in Diversity: Factors Influencing Sexual Prejudice Among College Students. Journal of Homosexuality 56(6): 675-700.

Johnson, A.M., Wadsworth, J., Wellings, K. and Field, J. (1994). Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles. Oxford: Blackwell Scientific Publications.

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Moradi, B., J. J. van den Berg, et al. (2009). Threat and Guilt Aspects of Internalized Antilesbian and Gay Prejudice: An Application of Personal Construct Theory. Journal of Counseling Psychology January 56(1): 119-131.

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Nagoshi, J., K. Adams, H. Terrell, E. Hill, S. Brzuzy and C. Nagoshi (2008). Gender Differences in Correlates of Homophobia and Transphobia. Sex Roles, 59(7): 521-531.

Porter, Ray and Teich, Mikulas. (eds). (1994). Sexual Knowledge, Sexual Science: The History of Attitudes to Sexuality. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Poteat, V. P. and I. Rivers (2010). The use of homophobic language across bullying roles during adolescence. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 31(2).

Raja, S., and J.P. Stokes. (1998). Assessing Attitudes Towards Lesbians and Gay Men: The Modern Homophobia Scale. Journal of Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Identity, 3(2): 113-134.

Rollins, Bruce. (1989). Sexual Attitudes and Behaviours: A Review of the Literature. Melbourne: Australian Insitute of Family Studies.

Roper, E. and E. Halloran (2007). Attitudes Toward Gay Men and Lesbians Among Heterosexual Male and Female Student-Athletes. Sex Roles, 57(11): 919-928.

Ruel, E. and R. T. Campbell (2006). Homophobia and HIV/AIDS: Attitude Change in the Face of an Epidemic. Social Forces, 84(4): 2167.

Rye, B. J. and G. J. Meaney (2009). Impact of a Homonegativity Awareness Workshop on Attitudes Toward Homosexuality. Journal of Homosexuality 56(1): 31-55.

Scott, Jacqueline. (1998). Changing Attitudes to Sexual Morality: A Cross-National Comparison. Sociology, 32(4), November.

Spencer, L., Faulkner, A. and Keegan, J. (1988). Talking About Sex: Asking the Public About Sexual Behaviour and Attitudes. London.

Štulhofer, A. and I. Rimac (2009). Determinants of Homonegativity in Europe. Journal of Sex Research 46(1): 24 – 32.

Swank, E. and L. Raiz (2007). Explaining comfort with homosexuality among social work students: the impact of demographic, contextual, and attitudinal factors. Journal of Social Work Education, 43(2): 257(23).

Swank, E. and L. Raiz (2010). Attitudes Toward Gays and Lesbians Among Undergraduate Social Work Students. Affilia 25(1).

Swank, E. and L. Raiz (2010). Predicting the Support of Same-Sex Relationship Rights Among Social Work Students. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services 22(1): 149 – 164.

Taywaditep, Kittiwut Jod. (2001). Marginalization among the marginalized: Gay men’s anti-effeminacy attitudes. Journal of Homosexuality, 42(1), pp. 1-28.

Treas, Judith. (2002). How cohorts, education, and ideology shaped a new sexual revolution on American attitudes toward nonmarital sex, 1972-1998. Sociological Perspectives, 45(3), pp. 267-283.

Wellings, Kaye, Field, Julia, Johnson, Anne M. and Wadsworth, Jane. (1994). Sexual Behaviour in Britain: The National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles. London: Penguin Books.

Wilkinson, W. (2008). Threatening the Patriarchy: Testing an Explanatory Paradigm of Anti-lesbian Attitudes. Sex Roles, 59(7): 512-520.